Bug-Eyed Voice

    Character » Bug-Eyed Voice appears in 11 issues.

    Speedball villain.

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    Known as the Bug-Eyed Voice, Bigelow concealed his true identity and unnerved his victims by wearing a bizarre bug-eyed mask that distorted his voice.  


    Bug-Eyed Voice was created by Roger Stern and Steve Ditko in 1989 and first appeared in Speedball # 6.  

    Story Arcs

    A resident of Springdale named Clyde broke free a number of Speedball's former foes from jail including Sticker, Bug-Eyed Voice, Ghost of Springdale High, Bonehead, Leaper Logan, the Basher, Two-Legged Rat and the Harlequin Hit Man to form the Speedball Revenge Squad. Clyde wanted the squad to capture Niels and Speedball for one of his greatest experiments. Harlequin shot Niels the cat but it was protected from the kinetic field surrounding the feline. However the cat was propelled forward and its body hit the Sticker and the feline was unable to escape. Speedball would come into conflict with the Revenge Squad at the Hammonds Research Center but he was taken out by Clyde's gas gun. Clyde was planning to drain the kinetic energy from Speedball and Niels but they were able to escape from their shackles when the cat coughed up a hairball that took down the entire Revenge Squad. Clyde, Bug-Eyed Voice and the rest of the Speedball Revenge Squad was defeated and placed into police custody.

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